Our last competition ended all the way back in July. Even though the number of entries was slightly disappointing, it certainly helped to kick-start the Tech-Reviews Forums. But now we’re back, back with another competition. Going up for grabs is a CoolIT Domino A.L.C Water-Cooling Kit.
It’s taken over a year, but Toshiba has finally announced it will be producing Blu-ray hardware.
Dell Japan has listed a rather interesting new display based on IPS panel that comes with HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, the UltraSharp U2410.
Intel’s upcoming Clarskfield mobile quad-cores will, quite literally, be some of the hottest mobile parts on the market when they show up in late September.
Intel will introduce a new Wolfdale-based dual-core sometime next week, and at $84, the new 45nm part sounds like a good deal.
According to Charlie Demerjian from Semi Accurate, nVidia’s GT300 has been taped out and so is closer than expected to be being released.
Published in Technology News | Written by Rhys
According to Fudzilla who had first-hand experience of Evergreen, the DirectX 11 ATI Card is actually real and not just a Power Point presentation. They previewed the graphics card whilst it was running a few different DX11 technology demos.
Today Compro Technology introduced the IP50 into the UK market, an intelligent talking network camera. The product combines real-time MPEG-4 video compression format, wireless, a built-in speaker and many more features.
Xtreme Design is the branding that surrounds the multitude of features offered on ASUS motherboards.